The Discovery Period in Personal Injury Cases

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While no two personal injury cases are factually alike, every personal injury lawsuit filed in New Jersey Superior Court court proceeds according to the same rules of civil procedure. In these cases, after a defendant files an Answer to a plaintiff's Complaint, the timeframe called the "discovery period" begins. The [...]

Statute of Limitations in NJ Personal Injury Cases

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What is the Statute of Limitations? The law limits the time in which you may file a lawsuit for personal injury.  These "deadlines" for filing lawsuits are called Statutes of Limitations.  In most New Jersey personal injury matters, the time in which you may file a lawsuit begins to run on [...]

What No-Fault Insurance Covers in New Jersey

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If you are injured in a car accident in New Jersey, you may be eligible for no-fault insurance coverage for medical treatment, lost wages and other damages provided by applicable Personal Injury Protection insurance. Personal Injury Protection (PIP) On a basic level, PIP is no-fault insurance coverage for medical treatment [...]

Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?

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In the aftermath of a serious accident, when you're physically and mentally exhausted, it can be easy to believe an insurance company claim representative when they promise they will get you the full amount of compensation for your injuries. However, insurance companies don't always have your best interests in mind, and none [...]

Reasons Why Your New Jersey Car Insurance Claim Could Have Been Denied

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The New Jersey Automobile Reparations Reform Act, also known as the No-Fault Act, requires that all standard automobile insurance policies issued in NJ contain Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits. PIP benefits provide the named insured, resident members of the named insured's household and occupants of the insured vehicle coverage for medical [...]